nsdf 20 online events
NSDF 20 online has taken place.
Paines Plough and Curve Theatre present COME TO WHERE I’M FROM: LEICESTER
Saturday 4 April 2020 at 7.00pm
Since 2010 more than 160 playwrights from across the UK have written plays about the places that shaped them. Together these plays make up a theatrical tapestry of the nation – a playwrights’ guide to Great Britain. Hosted by Paines Plough Joint Artistic Director Charlotte Bennett, this Saturday night Naomi Obeng will be performing a piece that she has written about the place that she calls home.
All previous plays are available to listen to on Paines Plough’s free COME TO WHERE I’M FROM app.
Slung Low present YOU CAN BET!
Sunday 5 April 2020 at 7.00pm
An evening of digital daring, team work and ingenuity YOU CAN BET is a game show for all to play. Hosted by Slung Low live from The Holbeck. Teams guess if a randomly selected audience champion will complete each round of mental agility, physical stuntery and down right daftness.
NSDF Open Mic
Tuesday 7 April 2020 at 7.00pm
Join us for a night of celebrating new talent from where you are. We’re excited to bring you NSDF’s classic Open Mic Night – Virtual Edition. Whether you’re showing off an existing skill or performing for the very first time, grab that microphone (a hairbrush will do) and let’s go live together.
If you’re a keen musician, an emerging poet or if you want to show us something completely different then get in touch, we can’t wait to showcase you.
To sign up or if you have any questions, then please email Management Team Member Saxon at [email protected] by 12pm Tuesday 7th April.
The NSDF Quiz
Wednesday 8 April 2020 at 7.00pm
He’s no Gary Lineker, but he’ll do. It’s our very own Quizteama Aguilera Chris Thorpe bringing the legendary NSDF Quiz to wherever you are. Join us at the Lap and Top and get ready to flaunt that totally random and utterly useless general knowledge.
Details to follow - check back on our website and social media channels.
Paines Plough Presents COME TO WHERE I’M FROM: SCRATCH Thursday 9 April 2020 at 7.00pm
Since 2010 more than 160 playwrights from across the UK have written plays about the places that shaped them. Together these plays make up a theatrical tapestry of the nation – a playwrights’ guide to Great Britain. Following on from Naomi Obeng’s performance on Saturday night, Paines Plough invite NSDF participants to write their own mini plays about their home town. Hosted by Charlotte Bennett, 5 writers will be selected to perform their submissions at COME TO WHERE I’M FROM: SCRATCH on Thursday evening.
Submissions must be sent to [email protected] by 5pm on Tuesday 07 April, and must be no longer than 3 minutes in length. Performances will all be performed via Zoom.